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Scroll down to view a short list of novels, poetry books, war in literature books, articles and conferences about the Lebanese Civil War.
This is a small selection, for more titles search the library Catalog.
The book details the impact of AIDS and the Lebanese civil war in Beirut on a circle of friends and family through a series of clips, quips, hallucinations, short plays, and conversations with both the living and the dead.
Told in a distinctive, captivating voice that fuses vivid cinematic imagery, a page-turning plot, and exquisite, dark poetry, De Niro's Game is an explosive portrait of life in a war zone and a powerful meditation on what comes after.
Set against the background of post-1967 Lebanon, this novel caused a sensation in the Arab world because of its frank and realistic descriptions of Lebanese women's problems.Translation of Tawahin Bayrut.
This novel is a fresh reminder of how quickly and easily things can get out of control. It is not so much a political analyses of the civil war but a very personal view of life in a small village during the war
What it would be like to live your whole life under the shadow of war? To have your village suddenly destroyed? To lose your family in one crashing blow? This is the moving story of what one child faced, written by a priest who has cared for the war orphans of Lebanon since 1977.